The tiny town of Gay on northern Michigan’s Keweenaw Peninsula is famous for more than its eponymous Gay Bar — there’s also a wasteland of copper mining pollution. Now, a professor at Michigan Technological University is studying using plants and bacteria to bring new life to the Gay Stamp Sands.
A new study from Michigan Technological University says people can save big money and energy by using plastic from used milk jugs to make their own plastic goods at home with a 3D printer.
An advance at Michigan Technological University in a scaffold used to grow cells could lead to better cures for injuries from burns to worn-out knees.
A Michigan Technological University professor has come up with a new way to purify peptides that may cut the cost of very expensive classes of drugs — and improve DNA analysis as well.
Basketball fans in New Orleans for the 2014 NBA All-Star Game will also have the chance to learn about the science of basketball, thanks to the Michigan Technological University Mind Trekkers.
Snowflakes need a tiny speck of dust to form. But how does that happen in the pristine air of the Arctic? Researchers at Michigan Technological University in the snowy Upper Peninsula may have the answer.
If time travelers exist, they’re covering their tracks pretty well. At least, that’s the word from a study set up by a physics professor at Michigan Technological University searching for prescient Web content on social media Web sites.
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